If you own a fireplace, then you know how necessary it is to invest in repairs, sweepings, and replacement parts. Regular maintenance and upkeep completed by a team of CSIA certified professionals is a must when it comes to keeping your system in tip-top shape. The team at Sleep Easy Chimney Service & Repairs is here to help you every step of the way.

One thing we have to do every now and then is to install new chimney caps and chase covers. Many homeowners struggle to note the difference between these two pieces of chimney anatomy, so let us clear things up. Learn more about each below!

About Your Chase Cover

chimney chase with chase coverA chase cover comes with a prefabricated fireplace, and it protects the entire chase opening so that water and debris cannot enter. Unfortunately, the chase cover that most of these systems come with won’t do an effective job for the long haul. As time goes by and bad weather comes, it will wear down and damage your chimney and leaving it vulnerable to water damage.

Let us help! We can install a stainless steel chase cover, ensuring you don’t have to worry about leaks, animals, or debris from entering. Call now, so that we can get you in before the next rainstorm arrives!

About Your Chimney Cap

When it comes to keeping water out of your flue, the chimney cap plays a big role. Your chimney cap covers the flue opening, ensuring no moisture can enter and wreak havoc on your chimney liner. A broken down liner leads to countless issues with airflow, and it causes your brickwork to weaken too. All in all, your chimney will suffer and your home will be more likely to face fire damage with a chimney cap. A chimney cap is a well worthwhile investment!

Chimney caps play an important role in keeping out animals and outside debris, and they help prevent downdrafts, too. To top it off, they are known for keeping stray sparks from landing on your roof, where they could easily cause a fire. They are a smart and affordable purchase, and we can install a new one right away.

Our Experts Are Ready To Help

Our technicians are trained, experienced, and we use high-quality products. Along with this, we always stay up-to-date on advancements in the trade, and we are equipped with high-tech equipment. Work with our fully licensed, highly-rated crew by giving us a call at 816-471-4435 today.